Planescape: Torment Summary
Good Old Games (GOG.com) is offering an adjustable bundle sale of AD&D titles of up to 10 games including the classic Planescape: Torment and the Baldur's Gate titles.
The sale will allow gamers to include as few as one game or as many as all 10 in the bundle. The number of games determines the amount saved: 40% off a single game through to 75% off if all 10 are in the bundle.
Colin McComb, who is best known for his work on Planescape Torment, has recently hinted he is considering working on a sequel.
Interplay has been a busy little bee lately, as the publisher seems to be resurrecting legendary developer/publisher Black Isle Studios.
Obsidian's lead designer Chris Avellone has expressed some interest in working on a followup to the classic Planescape: Torment that would ditch the Dungeons & Dragons RPG system, to be crowd-funded on Kickstarter.
One of the most critically acclaimed roleplaying games of all time was developer Black Isle Studio's Planescape: Torment, which took computer roleplaying game tropes and turned them on their ear.
For example, death was not only not the end of the game, but necessary towards revealing the rest of the plot. The game was also one of the wordiest games ever, with tens of thousands of lines of dialog.